Nominate the people, organisations or businesses that have supported you on your breastfeeding journey. It’s a chance to show them how much their support means to you, and by doing so you might inspire someone to do the same for another breastfeeding mum.

Meet some of the people, organisations, businesses and venues that proactively support breastfeeding mothers. We've also profiled prominent Bosom Buddies who have used their public profiles to normalise and advocate for breastfeeding!

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    Damon & Zoe Gameau

    Damon Gameau is an Australian Actor and Director who is best known for his breakout debut feature documentary, THAT SUGAR FILM. The film follows Damon as he put his body on the line to ..

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    Chrissy Teigen

    Chrissy Teigen is a successful American model and TV host who we love because she’s open about her adventures (and misadventures) as a mother and is an advocate of normalising the bre..

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    Andrew Stubbs

    I feel so proud that our three boys aged 1-5 years old have their father as a great role model of supporting women and their partners to breastfeed their children. Not only has he been ..

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  • Bec Douros

    The lady who swapped her seat

    I’d like to nominate the lady who was on my flight in May 2016. I don’t know her name, but what she did really touched me. It was our first flight without Dad. I was sittin..

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    Adam Hills

    A comedian, writer, broadcaster, champion of the disabled and father of two girls with his wife, opera and cabaret singer Ali McGregor. Adam used his platform on the high-rating UK tele..

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    Alyssa Milano

    An actor, producer, designer and mother, Alyssa is the star of the hit US TV series Project Runway, Charmed and Who’s the Boss. A humanitarian at heart, Alyssa has done much for H..

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    Teresa Palmer

    LA-based Australian actress Teresa Palmer has made a point of combining her attachment parenting approach to raising her (and husband Mark Webber’s) son Bodhi Rain, along with being a..

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    Nicole Trunfio

    Nicole Trunfio is a West Australian who has modelled for Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Versace, Christian Dior, Gucci, Fendi, Missoni, Vivienne Westwood, Valentino and Victoria’s S..

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    Meg Nagle

    In between breastfeeding her youngest boy, chasing after her oldest two boys, working as a Lactation Consultant, blogging about breastfeeding and motherhood via her popular blog ‘The ..

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    Pinky McKay

    Pinky is an International Board certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC), with a busy private practice in Melbourne, Australia. She is also the best-selling author of four books publish..

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    Wagga Commercial Club

    When my son was very small and I was new to feeding (and nervous to flash my nipple to the whole club restaurant) I went looking for a quiet place to feed. Being so busy, I was struggli..

    Nominated by: Bre

    21 January, 2017

    Australia

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  • Kevin

    Kevin is my husband and one of my biggest bosom buddies. Thankfully I have quite a few. In the time I’ve breastfed both of our boys, he has always shown support by letting me know..

    Nominated by: Stefanie

    5 August, 2016

    United States

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    Catherine Cahir

    From the moment my baby was born a small 2.3kg my family friend Catherine (also a midwife) supported my breastfeeding journey every step of the way, from writing up a plan to help me fe..

    Nominated by: Amy Barnes

    2 August, 2016

    Australia

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  • Leonie Eastern Lactation Consulting

    Leonie was suggested to be by a friend, as I came from hospital with sore,engorged breasts poor latching and lots of pain. After 4 days I was ready to give up. She helped with vasospasm..

    Nominated by: Catia Varudo

    2 August, 2016

    Australia

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    Carly Quinn

    For years before I became pregnant, she normalised breastfeeding for me and showed me to never be ashamed to breastfeed in public. She became a peer mentor and passed on her knowledge t..

    Nominated by: Faye Vincent

    31 July, 2016

    United Kingdom

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    Pinky

    A friend recommended I contact Pinky after I tearfully shared with her my breastfeeding failure with my son. He was 18months at the time but our feeding relationship ended when he was j..

    Nominated by: Marina McPherson

    25 July, 2016

    Australia

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  • Sally

    Sally is always willing to help anyone with breastfeeding questions/problems.She has done this in our area for many years via her position as a community nurse & an ABA counsellor.S..

    Nominated by: Denby

    23 July, 2016

    Australia

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  • Aroma Pie Shoppe

    The manager of Aroma Pie Shoppe welcomed my baby and I into the store, and she said in front of her staff that she welcomed nursing mothers, and that we were welcome to nurse wherever w..

    Nominated by: Katherine Carroll

    23 July, 2016

    United States

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  • Amanda Pauley, IBCLC

    I was encouraged to contact Amanda after my daughter was born with a tongue tie and I was committed to breast feeding. Amanda made me feel welcome from the minute I sat down in her offi..

    Nominated by: Kirryn Hardy

    18 July, 2016

    Australia

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    Lucas Kenny

    My husband Lucas was a surprise support person for me. I knew he’d be a good Dad, but never considered the importance of having the person closest to you’s support in feedin..

    Nominated by: Sarah Kenny

    12 July, 2016

    Australia

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    The Lady from Mount Maunganui Joggers & Walkers Club

    On my first cafe outing with my 8 week old son Jaxon, I had just been served my breakfast and hot chocolate when he started becoming unsettled and needed a feed. I began breastfeed..

    Nominated by: Briar Luisa McQueen

    8 June, 2016

    New Zealand

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  • Kim

    As a fellow mummy of a premie baby Kim was there every step of my breastfeeding journey. I feel like we got through the early days, weeks and months together. Someone to always chat to ..

    Nominated by: Alison

    16 July, 2016

    Australia

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  • australian breastfeeding association

    By offering a friendly, non-judgmental ear and valuable advice at all hours of the day and night when feeding was going all wrong!..

    Nominated by: liz ralph

    14 July, 2016

    Australia

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  • For Fikka’s Sake

    Providing sofa’s, smiles and ‘of course’ demeanours when serving up my flat white to the boob in plain sight. Then great chats with baristas about over coming the chal..

    Nominated by: Susan Garde Pettie

    13 July, 2016

    United Kingdom

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  • Prince of Wales Hospital medical and nursing staff

    When I was in pain and unwell in hospital and heading for emergency surgery, I was so nervous about my 3 month old baby who had never even taken a dummy before, let alone a bottle, not ..

    Nominated by: Tessa

    12 July, 2016

    Australia

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    Andrew Stubbs

    I feel so proud that our three boys aged 1-5 years old have their father as a great role model of supporting women and their partners to breastfeed their children. Not only has he been ..

    Nominated by: Joanna Stubbs

    23 July, 2016

    Australia

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  • Margaret Curnow

    My Mum, Margaret Curnow, set a great example by breastfeeding me, my brother and my sister. She was a breastfeeding counsellor and group leader with the Nursing Mothers’ Associati..

    Nominated by: Weide

    12 July, 2016

    Australia

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  • Vanessa Daley

    My younger son and I were dealing with a terrible tongue tie issue and waiting for our appointment to have it released. On this particular day our families had a play date together at a..

    Nominated by: Jessica Visi

    12 July, 2016

    United States

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  • Bec Douros

    The lady who swapped her seat

    I’d like to nominate the lady who was on my flight in May 2016. I don’t know her name, but what she did really touched me. It was our first flight without Dad. I was sittin..

    Nominated by: Bec Douros

    19 July, 2016

    Australia

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  • Pallet Life Cafe & Atresian Market Maleny

    Suzi who runs this unique Cafe & Market in Maleny, north of Brisbane is such a beautiful soul. This is a family business that is one of the customer focussed businesses I’ve e..

    Nominated by: Hayley Cotton

    12 July, 2016

    Australia

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  • Australian Breastfeeding Association Toowoomba & Surrounds Group

    The Australian Breastfeeding Association (ABA) is a wonderful organisation which supports and assists women to breastfeed. Attending local group meetings was a great way for me to meet ..

    Nominated by: Weide

    12 July, 2016

    Australia

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    Associate Professor Phillip Carson

    I was 7 weeks pregnant when I went to see my Surgeon, my colleague, my mentor and my friend for follow-up of a benign breast lump he had removed 18 months earlier. The imaging revealed ..

    Nominated by: Dr Stephanie Weidlich

    8 July, 2016

    Australia

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  • Mia Primorac

    We breastfeed together 🙂..

    Nominated by: Petra

    12 July, 2016

    Slovenia

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    La Leche League France

    I’m very grateful to LLLFrance consultants and LLL mothers group who helped me a lot during my breastfeeding experience that lasted 5 years (Marion is 12 now and Theodore is 10 th..

    Nominated by: Peggy

    11 July, 2016

    Australia

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  • Qantas Flight Attendant

    After the plane had landed and I was breastfeeding my 16 month old, a flight attendant came over to me and asked me if I’d like a glass of water or needed help carrying my bags. T..

    Nominated by: Meg

    10 July, 2016

    Australia

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  • Pallet Life Cafe & Atresian Market Maleny

    Suzi who runs this unique cafe & market in Maleny, north of Brisbane is such a beautiful soul. This is a family business that is one of the customer focused businesses I’ve ev..

    Nominated by: Hayley Cotton

    10 July, 2016

    Australia

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  • Ironbark Cafe- Samford

    My favourite cafe, and one of the public places I feel extremely comfortable feeding Bodhi. The staff are all beautiful, supportive women (some mothers themselves) and they always make ..

    Nominated by: Hayley Cotton

    10 July, 2016

    Australia

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  • Cindy kilburn

    Breastfeeding was a struggle with my second child. Poor weight gain made me feel inadequate but Cindy my community health nurse encouraged and supported me. She suggested ideas and tech..

    Nominated by: Laura Caruana

    9 July, 2016

    Australia

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  • Alice Crowley

    When I had just had my little boy, I went to my office to have lunch with some work colleagues. I was still getting the hang of breastfeeding and unexpectedly had to breastfeed in publi..

    Nominated by: Isabelle Oderberg

    8 July, 2016

    Australia

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    Juho Malniemi

    My husband, Juho, has been on board as my breastfeeding support person since the get go. In hospital he was there helping to pump my breasts as I was too exhausted and our baby was in t..

    Nominated by: Jhania Maliniemi

    8 July, 2016

    Australia

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    The Target staff and shoppers who came to my defence

    I was shopping in my local Target store with my 4-week-old daughter, Zinnia. As I was paying for my shopping, she started crying so I sat down to breastfeed her in the cafe area. I choo..

    Nominated by: Jessie Maher

    6 July, 2016

    United States

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    Pinky McKay

    I’d like to nominate Pinky McKay as my Bosom Buddy. Pinky has been my rock throughout what has not been an easy breastfeeding journey – twice! I met Pinky when my first baby..

    Nominated by: Alison

    3 July, 2016

    Australia

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    Barbara Wood

    My mum was my saviour in the very early days of breastfeeding. My husband had to go back to work after 2 weeks and mum made it her mission to help me overcome the challenges I was exper..

    Nominated by: Anna Kaplan

    18 June, 2016

    Australia

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  • Susannah Ott & Kath Arthur

    My good friends gave me sound advice that it was perfectly okay to keep breastfeeding, even though other Mothers were suggesting it was time to stop, and put your own needs before the b..

    Nominated by: Janine Boreland

    14 June, 2016

    Australia

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  • Pinky McKay

    I am a first time mother who had a less than ideal start with breast-feeding, with a high risk pregnancy and medically necessary induction. When my little girl E arrived she did not lat..

    Nominated by: Ms L

    8 July, 2016

    Australia

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  • Film Victoria

    I went back to work part-time when my son was 9 months old. I’d had so much difficulty with breastfeeding in the first 4 months that I was determined to keep feeding for as long a..

    Nominated by: Anna Kaplan

    25 June, 2016

    Australia

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